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The UK Supreme Court Yearbook Volume 8: 2016-2017 Legal Year

Edited by: Daniel Clarry

ISBN13: 9781911250166
Previous Edition ISBN: 9781911250227
Published: February 2018
Publisher: Appellate Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £120.00



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Wildy's Book of the Month: March 2018

The UK Supreme Court Yearbook critically reviews the jurisprudence of the UK Supreme Court each legal year and publishes chapters on a range of institutional and jurisprudential aspects of the Court and its decisions by prominent commentators, including eminent academics, leading barristers (many of whom argue the UKSC cases each year) and judges (including the UKSC Justices and judges from highest appellate courts internationally).

At 684 pages in length, Volume 8 of the Yearbook comprises 44 contributions from 57 authors, including :-

  • two current Justices of the UK Supreme Court (Lord Mance and Lord Sumption)
  • and its former President (Lord Neuberger),
  • one Lord Justice of Appeal (Sir Rupert Jackson),
  • one Justice of the Caribbean Court of Justice (Justice David Hayton),
  • one cross-bencher in the House of Lords (Lord Pannick QC),
  • the Attorney-General of Northern Ireland (John F Larkin QC),
  • the Lord Advocate (The Rt Hon W James Wolffe QC),
  • eight eminent professors
  • and 44 leading barristers, 34 of whom are leading silks (QCs) and most of whom argued cases before the Court in the past legal year.

Subjects:
General Interest
Contents:
Foreword
A Glance in the Judicial Rear-View Mirror: 1996–2017 from a Judge's Perspective
The Rt Hon the Lord Neuberger of Abbotsbury PC

Introduction

Watching the British: Keeping House and Resourcing in the UK Supreme Court
Dr Daniel Clarry

Part I: Commentaries and Reflections

Lord Toulson — Barrister, Law Reformer and Judge
The Rt Hon Sir Rupert Jackson PC
A Question of Taste: The UK Supreme Court and the Interpretation of Contracts
The Rt Hon Lord Sumption PC
Proprietary Interests in Foreign Property: Equity's Viewpoint
The Hon Mr Justice David Hayton
International Law in the UK Supreme Court
The Rt Hon Lord Mance PC
Kiarie and Byndloss: `Deport First — Appeal Later'
Richard Drabble QC
Reviving Indirect Discrimination: Essop v Home Office
Professor Sandra Fredman FBA QC (Hons)
A `Regular' Matter: Education Law in the UK Supreme Court
Professor Neville Harris

Part II: Firing the Brexit Bullet -- Who Pulls the Article 50 Trigger? symposium

Foreword
`Let's call the whole thing off': litigating to ensure Parliamentary approval before Ministers gave notification of the UK's intention to withdraw from the EU
Lord Pannick QC
Reflections on Miller
Professor NW Barber, Dr Tom Hickman and Professor Jeff King
Brexit Judicialised: Crown v Parliament Again
Professor Sir Jeffrey Jowell KCMG QC
Lord Reed's Dissent in Gina Miller's Case and the Principles of our Constitution
Professor Timothy Endicott
Miller and Northern Ireland: The Northern Ireland Constitution before the UK Supreme Court
John F Larkin QC
Miller and Northern Ireland: A Critical Constitutional Response
Professor Christopher McCrudden FBA and Professor Daniel Halberstam
Miller and Scotland: The Importance of the Legislative Consent Convention in the Devolution Settlement
The Rt Hon W James Wolffe QC
Miller and Devolution: How Wales Approached the Issues
Richard Gordon QC

Part III: Thematic Analysis of the 2016-2017 Legal Year

Administrative Dimensions
Philip Havers QC and Jeremy Hyam QC
Commercial Dimensions
Robert Miles QC and Eleanor Holland
Criminal Dimensions
David Perry QC and Katherine Hardcastle
European Dimensions
Aidan O'Neill QC
Human Rights Dimensions
Geoffrey Robertson QC and Nicola Peart
International Dimensions
Ali Malek QC and Dr Cameron Miles

Part IV: The 2016-2017 Legal Year in Overview

Administrative and Constitutional Law
Jonathan Crow QC
Arbitration
Michael Black QC
Civil Procedure
Clive Sheldon QC and Tom Cross
Company Law, Financial Regulation and Insolvency
William Trower QC
Contract, Commercial and Insurance Law
Colin Edelman QC
Criminal Law, Evidence and Procedure
Alex Bailin QC
Employment Law and Professional Misconduct
Karon Monaghan QC
Equality Law
Helen Mountfield QC and Eleanor Mitchell
Equity and Trusts
Mark Hapgood QC and Alan Roxburgh
European Union Law
David Anderson QC
Family Law
Philip Cayford QC
Health Law
Fenella Morris QC
Human Rights Law
Jeremy Johnson QC
Immigration and Refugee Law
Lisa Giovannetti QC
Intellectual Property Law
Daniel Alexander QC
International Law and Jurisdiction
Jonathan Swift QC
Pensions Law
Martin Chamberlain QC
Planning and Development Law
Martin Kingston QC
Professional Liability
Roger Stewart QC and Diarmuid Laffan
Restitution and Unjust Enrichment
Laurence Rabinowitz QC and Dr Steven Elliott
Tax Law
Nicola Shaw QC

Series: The UK Supreme Court Yearbook

The UK Supreme Court Yearbook: Volumes 1–8, 2009–2017 Legal Years
Edited by: Daniel Clarry
ISBN 9781911250241
Published February 2018
Appellate Press
£600.00
The UK Supreme Court Yearbook Volume 7: 2015-2016 Legal Year
Edited by: Daniel Clarry
ISBN 9781911250227
Published February 2018
Appellate Press
£120.00
The UK Supreme Court Yearbook Volume 6: 2014-2015 Legal Year
Edited by: Daniel Clarry
ISBN 9781911250203
Published February 2018
Appellate Press
£120.00
The UK Supreme Court Yearbook Volume 5: 2013–2014 Legal Year
Edited by: Daniel Clarry
ISBN 9781911250104
Published February 2018
Appellate Press
£120.00
The UK Supreme Court Yearbook Volume 4: 2012–2013 Legal Year
Edited by: Daniel Clarry
ISBN 9781911250081
Published February 2018
Appellate Press
£120.00
The UK Supreme Court Yearbook Volumes 1-3: 2009–2012 Legal Years
Edited by: Daniel Clarry
ISBN 9781911250067
Published February 2018
Appellate Press
£120.00